Shenandoah Crossing Townhomes is located approximately 30 miles northeast of Charlottesville and 107 miles southwest of Washington, D.C. The focal point of the resort is the large manor house built in the style of Colonial Virginia. Surrounding the Manor House are amenities such as two outdoor pools, two lighted tennis courts, a restaurant, an 18-hole championship golf course, a mile-long lake for fishing, and an equestrian center. Nestled among the resort's wooded area are log cabin accommodations and a 47-room lodge. Shenandoah Crossing Townhomes offers one, two, and three bedroom townhomes. Resort amenities include kitchen, microwave, dishwasher, laundry, hot tub, fireplace, and air conditioning. Sweet boutiques, restaurants, and wine tasting at Horton Vineyards make it an enjoyable day trip in Central Virginia. Other local attractions are Exchange Hotel & Civil War Museum, Oakland Heights Farm, shopping in Gordonsville, History & Heritage, Museums, Outdoors & Sports, and Wineries.
Another beautiful resort opportunity is Stoney Creek Resort. Located in the wonderful mountain setting of the Shenandoah Valley, Stoney Creek Resort has something for everyone. The resort offers an on-site pool, hot tub, volleyball, and a lake for boating and fishing. Nearby attractions include golf, skiing, and many historical sites.